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Toward a Cultural Evidence-Based Psychotherapy

Toward a Cultural Evidence-Based Psychotherapy

Toward a Cultural Evidence-Based Psychotherapy
Martin La Roche Michael S. Christopher Lindsey M. West

The objective of this chapter is to examine the intersection between evidence-based practices (EBPs) and culture. Although the EBP literature is very diverse and complex, we categorize it using a classification system that underscores culture. In this classification system, the influence of culture on EBPs is examined using three categories: (a) Universal Evidence-Based Psychotherapies (UEBPs), (b) Race and Ethnic Minority Evidence-Based Psychotherapies (REMEBPs), and (c) Cultural Evidence-Based Psychotherapies (CEBPs). Each of these three types of EBP is described with an emphasis on the ways in which race, ethnicity, and/or culture is understood and operationalized within each model. ...

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